The black and white photo was taken in Vienna 70 years ago this week: it shows a crowd of ordinary Austrians and a handful of officials sporting swastika armbands. At their feet six raggedly clad Jews are on their knees, being forced to clean the pavement with brushes.
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The colour footage, shown on Germany's ZDF channel, was taken from 90 minutes of film shot by an Austrian forester called Marilius Mayer in March 1938.
The film shows images of a provincial town in which the locals have turned out en masse to demonstrate their support for the invading Nazis.
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After the Second World War, Vienna's surviving Jews refounded the club but their attempts to return to their former premises were thwarted by bureaucracy and official reluctance to acknowledge Austria's Nazi role or pay compensation.